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Inoperable intoxilizer helps suspect avoid a likely DUI charge

A malfunctioning intoxilyzer machine at county jail likely saved a Macclenny man a drunk driving charge the night of December 13 after he was stopped by a county deputy who saw him steer his 2003 Ford Mustang off West Boulevard and into a ditch. Read More »

Ash tray ignites fire downtown

Property owner Mark Woods (in shorts) speaks with Macclenny firefighters beside an exterior wall (left in photo) that was scorched on a commercial building downtown the afternoon of December 13. Read More »

Zoning for women’s center

First Coast Women’s Services, a pro-life Christian ministry based in Jacksonville that provides pregnancy counseling and parenting classes as an alternative to abortion, is one step closer to moving into new quarters a block from its present branch location in Macclenny. Read More »

Man, uncle charged in burglary

The sheriff’s department arrested a Macclenny man and his nephew on December 11 and charged them with the burglary of a neighbor’s residence the previous day. Read More »

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